Monthly Archives: October 2015

Winter is coming – baby edition

Winter is coming. And my youngest, who has finally learned to enjoy sitting in his stroller, needs some proper wooly outfits. So I’ve been working on that. I’m not really a fast knitter nowadays. Noah has this thing where if he … Continue reading

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With fall comes the common cold and other ailments

What a week. Little baby Noah has had a fever all week. It worsened toward the end of the week, and I finally took him to the doctor on Friday, after two nights with 40 degrees (Celsius) fever. Poor fellow … Continue reading

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What kind of a knitter lacks woolly acessories?

Every year. Fall or spring comes. We don’t have a long period of that in Sweden. We mostly have two seasons – two weeks of summer and winter. But for a day or so we get fall and spring. And … Continue reading

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Knitting chart tools – part 2 rant

A while back I wanted to do some very simple charting to release a sock pattern. It turned out to be really difficult, mainly to the lack of cheap and reliable software. I’ve since already released the pattern, with written … Continue reading

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Level Up Cabled Socks Pattern

The pattern is easily adaptable to different sizes, and I’ve knitted this in both toddler size (size 6 / 19-21) and for myself (size  european 36,5).  For the toddler version I basically used this pattern, and just replaced the ribbing with … Continue reading

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Level up!

So I’ve finally taken the leap and created my own little pattern. It’s nothing fancy, but it’s still a milestone for my crafting. My sister asked for some socks for my little niece, who’s turning two in January. It turns … Continue reading

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